The Mercedes-Benz EQC (or EQ C) is expected to be a new electric crossover SUV in the upcoming EQ family of EVs. Although official specs have not yet been revealed, its overall design may resemble the Generation EQ Concept shown at the Paris Auto Show back in 2016.
According to Green Car Reports, the vehicle will debut with a driving range of 500 kilometers. Due to differences in testing standards between Europe and the U.S., this could translate to a range of 250 miles here in the U.S.
The version sold in Europe will reportedly come with dual electric motors and the ability to deliver up to 405 horsepower to all four wheels. Battery info is unknown, but the report notes the concept vehicle was shown with a 70 kWh unit.
An official U.S. release date for the Mercedes-Benz EQC has not yet been announced. However, a report by German publication Handelsblatt reportedly says the model may not reach dealers until June 2019.
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Pictured: Mercedes-Benz Generation EQ Concept